Two-time Memory Champion and U.S. Navy veteran Ron White pauses to reflect for a moment as he adds the names of more than 2,000 fallen military personnel who served in the war in Afghanistan to a fifty-foot (15 metre) wall at Chase Field.
A pedestrian carrying an umbrella walks through a Memorial Day display of United States flags on the Boston Common in Boston, Massachusetts.
Members of a veteran's group release balloons for the Agent Orange Memorial for those affected by the chemical agent in Vietnam at a Memorial Day Ceremony at the South Florida National Cemetery in Lake Worth, Florida.
A soldier from the Third U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) carries flags to be placed beside graves at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.
Jeff Lee of Lantana, Florida, leans against the gravestone of his father, Frank Lee, during a Memorial Day ceremony at the South Florida National Cemetery in Lake Worth, Florida.
Young girls wave American flags as they cheer hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists in Fairfax, Virginia, gathering on Memorial Day weekend for the 26th Annual Rolling Thunder Rally to remember POWs and MIAs from America's wars, in Washington.
A girl plays in front of the memorial hall, where names of fallen U.S. soldiers are recorded on the walls, after a Memorial Day ceremony at the Manila American Cemetery and Memorial in Taguig City, south of Manila, Philippines.
Flags and roses decorate graves in Section 60, where many members of the military killed in Iraq and Afghanistan are buried, during Memorial Day observances at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia.
Items are left on a grave in Section 60 at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day in Arlington, VA.